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Films in Review (June-July 1966) [cover: Sean Connery in A FINE MADNESS], Hart, Henry, ed.
81 Hart, Henry, ed. Films in Review (June-July 1966) [cover: Sean Connery in A FINE MADNESS]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1966 NO (Vol. XVII, No. 6) Periodical Very Good+ 
[nice copy, minimal edgewear, letter "E" stamped in light purple ink on front cover]. (B&W photographs) Articles re: Jean Arthur (career survey with filmography); World War I on the screen (Part 2); the most recent decade of Joan Crawford's career (updating an earlier career article/filmography). ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Films in Review (March 1955) [cover: Leslie Caron in "The Glass Slipper"], Hart, Henry, ed.
82 Hart, Henry, ed. Films in Review (March 1955) [cover: Leslie Caron in "The Glass Slipper"]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1955 NO (Vol. VI, No. 3) Periodical Very Good+ 
[light external wear, tiny piece torn away at bottom corner of rear cover]. (B&W photographs) Includes: biographical article about James R. Quirk (by his nephew, Lawrence J. Quirk), longtime editor/publisher of "Photoplay" magazine; an article about second-unit directors, by Jack Spears; a career article on director Hebert Brenon, by George Geltzer. Contemporary films reviewed include: CINERAMA HOLIDAY, EAST OF EDEN, THE GLASS SLIPPER and DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Films in Review (March 1961) [cover: Marlon Brando in ONE-EYED JACKS], Hart, Henry, ed.
83 Hart, Henry, ed. Films in Review (March 1961) [cover: Marlon Brando in ONE-EYED JACKS]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1961 NO (Vol. XII, No. 3) Periodical Very Good+ 
[good clean copy, moderate external wear]. (B&W photographs) Includes: Greer Garson career survey (with filmography); "Of Time and the Movies" by Edward Connor (about the narrative manipulation of past, present and future); a discussion of Bernard Herrmann's score for PSYCHO, in "The Sound Track" column. Reviewed films include Godard's BREATHLESS, which elicits a typically cranky judgment from editor Hart: "The sickness of Western culture is all too well exemplified in this jejune black-&-white film from France. The story, by Francois Truffaut, is intellectual juvenile delinquency par excellence." ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Films in Review (March 1964) [cover: Catherine Spaak in THE EMPTY CANVAS], Hart, Henry, ed.
84 Hart, Henry, ed. Films in Review (March 1964) [cover: Catherine Spaak in THE EMPTY CANVAS]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1964 NO (Vol. XV, No. 3) Periodical Very Good+ 
[nice clean copy, faint crease in front cover, light wear at edges/corners]. (B&W photographs) Articles re: Vincente Minnelli (career survey with filmography); Alice Guy-Blache ("the first female producer"; career survey); "The Return of the Dead" in movies ("more a matter of fantasy than of religion"). ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Films in Review (March 1965) [cover: Max van Sydow in THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD], Hart, Henry, ed.
85 Hart, Henry, ed. Films in Review (March 1965) [cover: Max van Sydow in THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1965 NO (Vol. XVI, No. 3) Periodical Very Good+ 
[good clean copy, modearte edgewear, light bump at top of spine]. (B&W photographs) Articles re: Jeanette MacDonald (career survey with filmography); German actor Hans Albers (career survey with filmography). ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Films in Review (May 1956) [cover: Ava Gardner in BHOWANI JUNCTION], Hart, Henry, ed.
86 Hart, Henry, ed. Films in Review (May 1956) [cover: Ava Gardner in BHOWANI JUNCTION]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1956 NO (Vol. VII, No. 5) Periodical Very Good+ 
[light edgewear, a bit of scuffing to front cover]. (B&W photographs) Includes: article, "The Soviet Directors' Debt to [D.W.] Griffith" by Seymour Stern; "Death by Airplane," an article about eight movie stars who died in plane crashes; movies on television. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Films in Review (May 1959) [cover: Gregory Peck (in PORK CHOP HILL), drawn by Howard Brodie], Hart, Henry, ed.
87 Hart, Henry, ed. Films in Review (May 1959) [cover: Gregory Peck (in PORK CHOP HILL), drawn by Howard Brodie]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1959 NO (Vol. X, No. 5) Periodical Very Good 
[moderate wear to covers and along spine]. (B&W photographs) Includes: Ida Lupino career survey (with filmography); review of the Academy Awards telecast; a highly uncomplimentary review, by Seymour Stern, of Homer Croy's biography of D.W. Griffith, "Star Maker") (prefaced by an editorial note stating that the book is "completely worthless, but because of D.W. Griffith's importance in the film history we publish this extensive and detailed analysis of it") (the article itself is entitled "Biographical Hogwash," and refers to the Croy book as "a fraud and a hoax from beginning to end"). ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Films in Review (May 1964) [cover: Daniela Bianchi in FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE], Hart, Henry, ed.
88 Hart, Henry, ed. Films in Review (May 1964) [cover: Daniela Bianchi in FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1964 NO (Vol. XV, No. 5) Periodical Very Good+ 
[nice clean copy, light rubbing to front cover]. (B&W photographs) Articles re: Robert Mitchum (career survey with filmography); the 36th Academy Awards telecast; Nancy Carroll (filmography only); Philip Dunne (an article by him, "The Art That's an Industry"). ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Films in Review (May 1966) [cover: Sophia Loren in ARABESQUE], Hart, Henry, ed.
89 Hart, Henry, ed. Films in Review (May 1966) [cover: Sophia Loren in ARABESQUE]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1966 NO (Vol. XVII, No. 5) Periodical Very Good+ 
[nice clean copy, light edgewear, minor soiling at left edge of front cover]. (B&W photographs) Articles re: Agnes Moorehead (career survey with filmography); the 38th Academy Awards telecast; World War I on the screen (Part 1 of a 2-part article). ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Films in Review (November 1955) [cover: Shirley Jones and Gordon MacRae in "Oklahoma!"], Hart, Henry, ed.
90 Hart, Henry, ed. Films in Review (November 1955) [cover: Shirley Jones and Gordon MacRae in "Oklahoma!"]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1955 NO (Vol. VI, No. 9) Wraps Good 
[moderate external wear/rubbing; 2 sets of center pages loose (detached from staples)] (B&W photographs) Includes: article, "Films and Delinquency"; article, "The Doctor on the Screen" by Jack Spears; career article on Hildegarde Neff; article on Jerome Kern, with emphasis on his Hollywood career; featured review of OKLAHOMA! ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Films in Review (November 1961) [cover: Jeffrey Hunter in KING OF KINGS], Hart, Henry, ed.
91 Hart, Henry, ed. Films in Review (November 1961) [cover: Jeffrey Hunter in KING OF KINGS]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1961 NO (Vol. XII, No. 9) Periodical Very Good+ 
[moderate external wear, light rubbing/soiling]. (B&W photographs) Includes: Paul Muni career survey (with filmography); article on "films a clef"; article about Paramount's film production at Joinville, France (by Charles Ford, translated from the French). Films reviewed include BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S, KING OF KINGS, SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS and WEST SIDE STORY. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Films in Review (November 1964) [cover: Andrews, Coburn, Garner, and Douglas in THE AMERICANIZATION OF EMILY], Hart, Henry, ed.
92 Hart, Henry, ed. Films in Review (November 1964) [cover: Andrews, Coburn, Garner, and Douglas in THE AMERICANIZATION OF EMILY]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1964 NO (Vol. XV, No. 9) Periodical Very Good+ 
[nice clean copy, light rubbing to front cover]. (B&W photographs) Articles re: Arthur Freed (career survey with filmography); Elsie Ferguson (career survey with filmography); films at the New York World's Fair; review of MY FAIR LADY. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Films in Review (November 1966) [cover: Julie Andrews in HAWAII], Hart, Henry, ed.
93 Hart, Henry, ed. Films in Review (November 1966) [cover: Julie Andrews in HAWAII]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1966 NO (Vol. XVII, No. 9) Periodical Near Fine 
[nice copy, minimal wear, very light soiling to rear cover]. (B&W photographs) Articles re: Montgomery Clift (career survey with filmography); Alice Brady (career survey with filmography). ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Films in Review (October 1960) [cover: Marilyn Monroe in LET'S MAKE LOVE], Hart, Henry, ed.
94 Hart, Henry, ed. Films in Review (October 1960) [cover: Marilyn Monroe in LET'S MAKE LOVE]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1960 NO (Vol. XI, No. 8) Periodical Very Good+ 
[light rubbing to covers, mild edgewear]. (B&W photographs) Includes: Thomas H. Ince career survey; article, "The 12 Tarzans," about the various actors who've played the ape-man; article, "Hollywood--An Invalid?" by the LA Times movie critic, arguing that "Hollywood's current crisis is serious." (LET'S MAKE LOVE, featured on the cover, is among the films reviewed in this issue.) ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Films in Review (October 1963) [cover: Jean Seberg in IN THE FRENCH STYLE], Hart, Henry, ed.
95 Hart, Henry, ed. Films in Review (October 1963) [cover: Jean Seberg in IN THE FRENCH STYLE]
New York National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 1963 NO (Vol. XIV, No. 8) Periodical Very Good+ 
[nice clean copy, light rubbing to front cover]. (B&W photographs) Articles re: the first New York Film Festival; Clara Bow (career survey with filmography); the 1963 Venice Film Festival; Kenneth MacGowan (career survey with filmography). ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Film Comment - Volume 2 (1964), Hitchens, Gordon, ed.
96 Hitchens, Gordon, ed. Film Comment - Volume 2 (1964)
New York Johnson Reprint Corporation 1970 NO 1st printing thus Softcover Near Fine 
[very light handling wear, short almost-vertical crease at upper right corner of front cover]. (B&W photographs) Reprint volume, reproducing all four issues of Volume 2 (No. 1, Winter 1964; No. 2, Spring 1964; No. 3, Summer 1964; No. 4, Fall 1964). By the third issue there were five people listed on the masthead as regular contributors (Robert Connolly, Edith Laurie, Harriet Polt, Stephen Taylor, and Yale Udoff), but flipping through the contents pages one runs across articles or reviews by such notables as James Blue, Andrew Sarris, Morris L. Ernst, and even Margaret Mead. In its early days, FC was more oriented towards "art" films (whether international or American) than it was to become in later years; among the filmmakers whose work is discussed or reviewed in these four issues are Tony Richardson, Emile de Antonio, the Maysles Brothers, Shirley Clarke, Barry Mahon, Ernest Pintoff, Carl Foreman, Roberto Rossellini, Bruce Baillie, and Gregory Markopoulos. There is also coverage of film festivals (particularly the New York Film Festival), and quite a bit of discussion about topics relating to film education. Original copies of individual early issues of this influential publication are quite scarce; this is a more economical and efficient way to fill out your collection. ***NOTE that we have many more individual issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Film Comment - Volume 3 (1965), Hitchens, Gordon, ed.
97 Hitchens, Gordon, ed. Film Comment - Volume 3 (1965)
New York Johnson Reprint Corporation 1970 NO 1st printing thus Softcover Near Fine 
[very light surface wear to covers]. (B&W photographs) Reprint volume, reproducing all four issues of Volume 3 (No. 1, Winter 1965; No. 2, Spring 1965; No. 3, Summer 1965; No. 4, Fall 1965). The issues are a bit longer than in the previous year (78, 80, 88 and 88 pages respectively), and one can also observe the editorial policy moving just a bit more in the direction of mainstream cinema (or perhaps mainstream cinema was starting to redefine itself as a bit more "artistic"). Included are articles on: Leni Riefenstahl (the cover story of the Winter 1965 issue is "Comeback for Leni Riefenstal"); WOMAN IN THE DUNES (Hiroshi Teshigahara); Robert Rossen; Richard Leacock; Willard Van Dyke; Pare Lorentz; Jacques Demy; Ingmar Bergman; Ralph Nelson; Otto Preminger; TOKYO OLYMPIAD; Slavko Vorkapich; DR. STRANGELOVE; THE WAR GAME (Peter Watkins); Pier Paolo Pasolini; Alvah Bessie; the Hollywood blacklist; and many other topics. Also featured are numerous book reviews. Original copies of individual early issues of this influential publication are quite scarce; this is a more economical and efficient way to fill out your collection. ***NOTE that we have many more individual issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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Film Comment: U.S.A. Film History (Fall 1969), Hitchens, Gordon, ed.
98 Hitchens, Gordon, ed. Film Comment: U.S.A. Film History (Fall 1969)
New York Film Comment Publishing Corp. 1969 NO (Vol. 5, No. 3) Periodical Near Fine 
[nice copy, very minor edgewear]. (B&W photographs) Illustrated article on lost films by Herman G. Weinberg; article, "The Study and Preservation of Films at the Museum of Modern Art" by Lillian Gerard; a 20-page article on Eadweard Muybridge's contribution to the motion picture; a memorial tribute to H. d'Abbadie d'Arrast; "The Serious Business of Being Funny," by Harold Lloyd; "Basic Guides for Student Film Production"; discussion of two documentaries, WARRENDALE and TITICUT FOLLIES; article on the production of films to fill station breaks on TV; article on children's television programming behind the Iron Curtain; numerous book reviews. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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American Film [magazine] (March 1989) [cover: Martin Scorsese], Hodenfield, Chris, ed.
99 Hodenfield, Chris, ed. American Film [magazine] (March 1989) [cover: Martin Scorsese]
Washington DC The American Film Institute 1989 NO (Vol. XIV, No. 5) Periodical Near Fine 
[nice clean copy, very light edgewear]. (B&W/color photographs) Feature articles include: Gregory Peck; Dennis Potter; Terry Gilliam and THE ADVENTURES OF BARON MUNCHAUSEN; restoration of LAWRENCE OF ARABIA; Martin Scorsese. "Dialogue on Film": director John Frankenheimer. (Additional content information available upon request.) 
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Sight and Sound (Autumn 1963) [cover: Dirk Bogarde and James Fox in THE SERVANT], Houston, Penelope, ed.
100 Houston, Penelope, ed. Sight and Sound (Autumn 1963) [cover: Dirk Bogarde and James Fox in THE SERVANT]
London The British Film Institute 1963 NO (Vol. 32, No. 4) Periodical Very Good+ 
[clean and intact, moderate exterior wear]. (B&W photographs) Discussion of Alfred Hitchcock's work, with particular emphasis on THE BIRDS; interview with Roger Leenhardt and Jacques Rivette; discussion of the work of Yasujiro Ozu, by Tom Milne; discussion of the Soviet film industry; article on propaganda films; reviews of BILLY LIAR, FREUD, LE PETIT SOLDAT, CLEOPATRA, other films. (Additional content information available upon request.) ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. 
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